Afro-Cuban Short Stories by Lydia Cabrera (1900-1991)

Afro-Cuban Short Stories by Lydia Cabrera (1900-1991)

By: Mariela A. Gutierrez (translator), Melanie D. Richards (translator), Mariela A. Gutierrez (editor), Julio Wedel-Carballo (editor)Hardback

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Black Short Stories from Cuba (Cuentos negros de Cuba); Cheggue; Eya; Walo-Wila; Two Queens; The Hill Named Mambiala; Tatabisaco; Arere Mareken; The Mire of the Almendares River; Turtle's Horse; The Certificate of Liberty; The Mutes; The Guardian Toad; Why...? (Por que...?); There Are Men of Many Colours; The Billy Goat Stinks; Obbara Lies But Does Not Lie; Women Pay Tribute to the Dagame Tree; Cotton Blinds the Birds; Kanakana, the Buzzard, is Sacred, and Iroko, the Ceiba, is Divine; Susudamba Doesn't Show Herself by Day; The Flat Noses of the Blacks Are Made of Clay; Ayapa: Turtle Tales (Ayapa: cuentos de Jicotea); Life or Death; Turtle, One Fine Day, Asked the Sun; Jicotea's Vengeance; Ncharriri; Iru Aye; The Yam Patch Thief; The Branch on the Wall; Jicotea and the Guira Tree No One Planted; In the Enamoured River.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773450400
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 250
  • ID: 9780773450400
  • ISBN10: 0773450408

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